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Written by CriCri Wednesday, 19 May 2010 16:46
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The Sims 3 Ambitions - Italian preview with Grant Rodiek [part II]
Laundry and Sim Bots
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Conclusions..what can I say…first off, after spending more than two days working on this article, I can’t believe we’ve made it!

Anyhow, let’s try to be serious. The Sims 3 Ambitions seems to be really exciting and should satisfy any kind of player, as it offers a lot of contents. The introduction of tattoos and laundry show that the developers’ team really cares about players’ requests, and the updates for those who won’t buy the game are really useful. We hope our article will make things clearer for those who had trouble translating articles from other languages.

We’re sorry about the careers we haven’t seen, such as the doctor which hasn’t been covered at all. Grant has made himself available to answer all of our questions, even though the time we had was short, and he also stopped to chat with us after the presentation!

We’re honored for taking part in this event, either for the information we got and for the questions we were able to ask Grant and for the great day we spent together with the other community members. We have already published the pictures of the event, but we cannot release this article without one of them…


Ps. If not even my crutch, the bad weather, the volcanic eruption and the public transportation had stopped us, we’re really ready for everything!

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Click here to read the first part of our article!


Last Updated on Sunday, 20 June 2010 12:43